anonymous
  • anonymous
If you give me answer at least explain how. If you're correct i'll medal/fan/testimonial On Monday, a photographer took 16 portraits and 12 of them were of children. On Tuesday, he took 24 portraits and 20 of them were of children. Determine if the same fraction of portraits taken each day were of children. A. Yes, the fractions of portraits that were children are the same. B. No, the fractions of portraits that were children are not the same.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think its yes because 20-24=4 and 16-12=4. So they both equal four. I'm not quite sure though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ganeshie8 can you check if my answers correct please?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no e.e

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lvana
  • lvana
I was off on one fraction. Do answer this one though.~
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, it doesn't look the same. So the answr's a no? Thank you so much (:
lvana
  • lvana
Anytime.~ @pleasehelpty

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